|Capt. John Savage||Mrs. Thomas Stow, Sr.|
|Mrs. John Savage||Mrs. Daniel White, Sr.|
|Sergt. Wm. Savage||Mrs. Joseph White|
|Mrs. Wm. Savage||Mrs. Daniel Clark|
|Mr. Thomas Ranney||Mrs. Jonathan Warner|
|Mrs. Thomas Ranney||Mrs. Nathaniel Savage|
|Mr. John Ranney||Widow Shepard|
|Mrs. John Ranney||Samuel Hall|
|Mr. Joseph Ranney||Samuel Gibson|
|Mrs. Joseph Ranney|
|Mr. Samual Stow|
|Widow Nathaniel White|
|Mr. Joseph White|
All of these persons, except for the widow Mary White, were dismissed from the church of the South Society of Middletown. Also, Samuel Hall and Samuel Gibson were received into the church at the same time.
This was the first and only pastorate for Joseph Smith and for twenty-one years he gave his life to its ministry. When he died, he was buried in the Old Burying Ground Cemetery (on the corner of Timber Hill and Ranney Roads) where his grave is marked by a table stone and name plate. His original plaque was made of lead and was removed to make bullets.